Aala (Deity) (Earth-616)

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Aala (Deity) (Earth-616)

Aala was the sea goddess of Bal-Sagoth. When Kyrie, daughter of Rane the Reaver was found on the shore, she was believed to be Aala by the natives, as she had redhair like Aala. Kyrie was worshiped as Aala, and learned to use that belief for her own purpose, until high priest Gothan had her exiled and those faithful to her slaughtered.

Superhero Details

REALITY
Earth 616
OCCUPATION
Sea-goddess
TRIVIA
Aala was created by Robert E. Howard in the Turlogh Dubh O'Brien and Cthulhu Mythos story "The Gods of Bal-Sagoth" (Weird Tales; October, 1931), adapted by Marvel Comics in Conan the Barbarian #17 and #18 (August and September, 1972), written by Roy Thomas and penciled by Gil Kane, in which she was renamed Aala. Unlike other gods of Bal-Sagoth, it is unknown if Aala actually existed.
BASE OF OPERATIONS
Worshiped in Bal-Sagoth
FIRST APPEARANCE
Conan the Barbarian #17 (May, 1972) (Mentioned)
HAIR COLOR
Red
CREATED BY
Robert E. Howard, Roy Thomas
LIVING STATUS
Alive
IDENTITY
No Dual Identity
ORIGIN
Deity
GENDER
Female

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